Whistler -- Chavannes, Millet, and Manet -- The failure of the nineteenth century -- Artistic education in France and England -- Ingres and Corot -- Monet, Sisley, Pissaro, and the decadence -- Our academicians -- The organisation of art -- Art and science -- Royalty in art -- Art patrons -- Picture dealers -- Mr. Burne-Jones and the Academy -- The alderman in art -- Religiosity in art -- The camera in art -- The new English art club -- A great artist [Charles Keene] -- Sex in art -- The new art criticism
Copy 1: Quarter black morocco; dark blue grained calf boards; gilt stamped lettering on spine; top edges gilt. A holograph letter from George Moore to Miss Lough enclosed in an envelope, and attached to front end paper. Copy 2: Full maroon cloth; gilt stamped lettering on spine; top edges gilt. Bookplate of Gardiner Greene & Esther Lathrop Hammond. Publishers advertisements  p. at end
Evidence reported by ian frederick-rothwell for item modernpainting00moorrich on December 20, 2007: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1893.